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Williamsburg High School 
Williamsburg, Massachusetts 



Contents 



Dedication 3 

Editorial 4 

Faculty 5 

Seniors 7 

History 19 

Will 20 

Prophecy 21 

Underclassmen 23 

Activities 27 

Sports 33 

Candids 42 

Ads 45 







We, the class of 1961, affectionately dedicate "The 
Tattler" to Mrs. Marjorie McKusick. She has taught us 
the importance of trust and responsibility and has set an 
example for us to follow in her ways of courtesy and 
thoughtfulness. We shall always be grateful for our time 
spent with this gracious and lovely woman, whose 
dignity and poise we admire. 



Editorial 



The class of 1961 has chosen "Time" as the dominant theme of the 
Tattler. We refer not only to hours of enjoyment, but also to the time stu- 
dents have spent in studying. 

To each of us it is the time spent with classmates and in participating in 
activities that makes Williamsburg High School special. As we look through 
these pages memories will return. We remember our first weeks as freshmen. 
We remember the success of some achievement. We remember the fun and 
thrills of a basketball game. 

What we cannot include on these pages is the time and effort that each of 
us has spent on his studies, nor can we show the time spent on our behalf by 
the faculty in assisting us in all our problems and in supporting us in our 
school activities. Whether each student has made the most of his time is an 
individual matter, but we of the graduating class will soon know if we have 
used ours wisely. 

We urge you future seniors to take full advantage of your opportunities 
now, so that your years at Williamsburg High School will be of the greatest 
value to you. 

H. E. S. 





Mrs. Eleanor Bart 
Commercial Studies, World Geography 



Mrs. Anne Belk 
Science 





Mr. Robert M. Branch 
Mathematics 



Mrs. Hilda De Nood 
Modern History, French 




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Mrs. Frances M. Grinnell 
Commercial Studies 




Mrs. Margaret Halberstadt 
Librarian, English 





Mrs. Evelyn Kmit 
Physical Education, World History 



Mr. Bernard McColgan 
Social Studies 




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Mrs. Marjorie McKusick 

Ancient History 

English, Latin 




Mr. Earl Tonet 
Principal, Guidance Director 
Coach 



Mrs. Marie Thomas 
English 




Mr. Edward P. Trzcienski 

Physical Education, Science 

Coach 



Little Shots 






Aloisi 
"Do I have to be a farmer?" 



Ames 
"Hi, good buddy!" 



Barrus 
"Allah!" 






Batura Beals Beattie 

"Sweet innocence of youth" "I wonder if Mrs. Belck wants a biology "Bases loaded! No outs! 

speciman?" 









Br amen 
"M-m-m, I wish" 



Clark Curtis 

"I'm so affectionate!" "Not much in the quarter, but it's 

economical." 






Dunlevy Harter 

"But Hannibal never went through this." "I'm a Bondo baby. 



Haskell 
"Watch your language, buddy 






Hayden 
"Mumps or bubble gum?' 



Healy 
'And if I'm elected" 



Heath 
"I'm walkin' to Chesterfield" 






Howes (J) 
"I'm on the wagon." 





Howes (N) 
"Halo why? 1 



Hurd 
"I bit 'im." 






Johnson 
"Want a ride, Joan?" 



Charles Kellogg 
"For the last time ... !" 



D. and Cynthia Kellogg 
"Double trouble" 






Kievitt 
"To the office with Sue again?" 



Lyman 
"Cute, huh?" 



Mollison 
"Along came a spider" 











Candy Moore 
"And a little off here." 



Gary Moore 
"Mrs. Belck, I didn't mean it." 



Moran 
"And so, in conclusion." 






Mosher 
"SHHEESH! Another demerit" 



Nietsche 
"Valet, my toupe ! " 



Richardson 
"Anyone for posies?" 






Sherk 
"No, just H2SQ4." 



Smith 
"Hiya, big boy!" 



Symons 
"When sparkling April 






Warren 
"I can't find 2nd" 



Webb 

"What do you think I am — some kind 

of a nut?" 



Wright 
"What, me worry?" 



DAVID LEO ALOISI 



WILLIAM JEROME AMES 



LAURA ANNE BARRUS 



PETER MICHAEL BATURA 



LINDA LOUISE BEALS 



BERNARD MITCHELL BEATTIE 



DAVID ROBERT BRAMEN 





ALOISI--Prom Committee 3. AMES --President 4; Vice President 
1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3,4. BARRUS --Basketball 1,2,3,4. 
BATURA --Tattler Staff 4; Debating 2,3,4; Library Club 2; Science 
Club 2. BEALS --Secretary 3; Tattler Photographer 1,2,3; Girls' 
Sports Editor 4; Basketball 1,2; Co-Captain 3,4; Softball 2,4. 
BEATTIE- -Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Co -Captain 4. BRA - 
MAN--Treasurer 1.2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Cross 
Country 2. 



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SUSAN IRENE CLARK 



JOHN FORREST CURTIS 



DANIEL PHILIP DUNLEVY 



TOM WELLS HARTER 



FREDERICK ANDREW HAYDEN 



RALPH ERIC HEALY 




CLARK--President 3; Secretary 1,2,4; Pro Merito; Tattler Artist 1,2; Assistant Editor 4; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Softball 3,4; Manager 2; Girls' State 3. CURTIS --Tattler Staff 4; Glee Club 3,4; Debating 4. 
DUNLEVY- -President 2; Student Council Vice-President 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Co-Captain 4; Baseball 
1,2,3; Co-Captain 4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Debating 1,2,4; Science Club 1,3,4. HARTER--Glee Club 
1,2,3; Baseball 2. HAYDEN— Baseball 1; Prom Committee 3. HEALY--Baseball 2; Debating 1; Science 
Club 1,2,3. 



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GERTRUDE HELENA HEATH 




HEATH- -Tattler Staff 4; Photographer 1,2; Softball 3,4; Drill 
Team 3. J. HOWES--Pro Merito; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Orches- 
tra 1; Cross Country 2,3,4; Science Fair 2,3. N. HOWES- - 
Cross Country Manager 4. HURD--Pro Merito; Glee Club 
1,2,3; Drill Team 3,4, Co-Manager 4; Library Club 1.2. 
JOHNSON- -Vice President 4. 





JOEL DUANE HOWES 



NICHOLAS WILLES HOWES 



DONNA MAY HURD STEPHEN RICHARD JOHNSON 









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CHARLES WARNER KELLOGG 



CYNTHIA ANN KELLOGG 



DOUGLAS LESLIE KELLOGG 



RONALD ALLEN KIEVITT 



LUCINDA BALL LYMAN 



KATHLEEN JOAN MOLLISON 



CANDACE ANNE MOORE 





CHARLES KELLOGG- -President 1; Student Council Treasurer 2, Vice 
President 3, Representative 4; Pro Merito; Tattler Business Manager 4; 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Boys' State 3; Student Gov- 
ernment Representative 3. CYNTHIA KELLOGG- -Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Tattler Staff 4. D. KELLOGG --Science Fair 1,2. KIEVITT --Tattler 
Staff 4. LYMAN --Historian 4; Pro Merito; Tattler Activities Editor 
4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 3,4, Co-Manager 4; Dramatics 4; 
Library Club 1. MOLLISON --Tattler Staff 4; Basketball 1,2, Co- 
Captain 3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Dramatics 3. C. MOORE- -Science Club 
2. 



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GARY STEPHEN MOORE 




G. MOORE- -Tattler Staff 4; Glee Club 3,4; Cross Country 3,4; De- 
bating 3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4; Science Club 2,3. MOSHER- -Basketball 
4; Baseball Manager 2. MORAN- -Historian 3; Student Council Pres- 
ident 4; Pro Merito; Baseball Manager 1,2; Gazette Sports' Writer; 
Debating 1,2,3,4; Science Fair 1,2,3. NIETCHE--Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Library Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2,3,4. RICHARDSON --Historian 2; 
Tattler Typist 3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Dramatics 3. 



RALPH ALLEN MORAN, JR. 



ALBERT TIMOTHY MOSHER 



MARY ANNE NIETSCHE MARY LEAH RICHARDSON 





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KENNETH LLOYD SHERK 



DOROTHY HINDS SMITH 



HELEN ELIZABETH SYMONS 



NICHOLAS DODGE WARREN 



DAVID ALLEN WEBB 



GEORGE MARTIN WRIGHT 




SHERK --Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Debating 1,2; Science Club 1,2,3,4. SMITH --Tattler Staff 3,4; Drill Team 
3; Dramatics 4; Science Club 1,2. SYMONS--Pro Merito; Tattler Editor 4, Photographer 2,3; Softball 
2,3,4; Debating 1,2; Dramatics 2,3,4; Library Club 1,2,3; Press Club 2,3; Science Club 1,2,3,4. WARREN 
--Student Council Representative 2,3,4; Pro Merito; Tattler Literary Editor 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Or- 
chestra 1; Cross Country 3,4; Debating 4; Science Club 1,2,3,4. WEBB--Student Council Representative 
4; Pro Merito; Tattler Alumni Editor 4; Science Fair 2,3,4. WRIGHT --Glee Club 1. 



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Helen Symons 

Charles Kellogg 

Done the Most for K.H.S. 




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History of the Class of 1961 

Time moves on, and all too soon our last year in school has passed. This June the high school por- 
tals will close on us, and we must be ready for the responsibilities of the future. In our four years of 
high school we have developed and matured. We have learned co-operation and leadership through 
participation in school activities. Let us turn back the clock and recognize our achievements during 
these important four years. 

Since our freshman year we have been interested in athletics. Our class contributed Dan Dunlevy, 
Joel Howes, Charles Kellogg, Nicholas Warren, and Gary Moore to the Cross Country Team. Dan Dun- 
levy, who is undefeated, showed outstanding ability. He is also co-captain of both the basketball and 
the baseball teams. 

Linda Beals and Kathleen Mollison along with Cynthia Kellogg, Laura Barrus, and Susan Clark have 
supported the girls' basketball team since their sophomore year. All these girls have given their best 
for a successful team. 

Most of our debators have been members of the team since their freshman year. Allen Moran, 
Peter Batura, Dan Dunlevy, Nicholas Warren, and Helen Symons have given unselfishly of their time 
and effort. Our debating team has ranked very high this year. 

The boys' voices in the Glee Club came almost entirely from our class. Gary Moore, Joel Howes, 
Charles Kellogg, and John Curtis are this year's valuable and talented songsters. Nick Warren, who has 
been in Glee Club for four years, has developed his musical ability in a trio of boys' voices. 

The editing of the TATTLER has been supervised by Helen Symons, editor, and Ronald Kievitt, 
assistant editor. They both have worked diligently, and they deserve the praise of everyone. 

Our class is very proud of our students with high scholastic ability. Ten members of our class belong 
to the Pro Merito Society. Allen Moran, Kenneth Sherk, and Nicholas Warren received honorable men- 
tion as a result of their high ranking scores in the National Merit Scholarship Test. Last year Kenneth 
Sherk, Gary Moore, and Helen Symons placed first, second, and third, respectively, in our Science Fair. 

During our high school years we have enjoyed sponsoring school dances, especially the Junior Prom 
last year and the Freshman Reception and the Christmas Dance this year. We have supported all school 
activities including our Student Council, which we hope will strengthen each year. 

Now the time has come for us to leave our beloved school. We are filled with gratitude for the 
education and the cultural background that we have acquired, and we are looking forward to the learn- 
ing and wisdom which the future will bring. 

Lucinda Lyman 
Class Historian 

Former Members of the Class of '61 

Blanchet, Claudia King, Patricia 

Braman, Nancy Lowe, David 

C olson, Dorothy Magdalenski, Jerry 

Doggart, Allan McCarthy, Muralee 

Elmes, Donna Patten, Lawrance 

Hathaway, Carol Ring, Judith 

Haskell, Craig Schoonover, Judith 



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The Class Will of 1961 



Bill Ames leaves his hunting vacations to 
Neal Menard. 

Kathy Mollison leaves her quietness to 
Betty Lou. 

Allan Moran leaves one -fourth his know- 
ledge to suffice the needs of the in- 
coming freshman class. 

Tom Harter leaves his Bondo to Dickie 
Thomas. 

Sue Clark leaves her homework for tomor- 
row. 

Cindy Kellogg leaves her set shots to Betty 
Brooks. 

John Curtis leaves Pete Batura mad. 

Dave Braman leaves his study hall girl- 
friends to Buddy Haskell. 

Linda Beals leaves the boys staring. 

Mary Richardson leaves her ability to be 
quiet to Nancy Fox. 

Fred Hayden leaves to move into the Snack 
Bar. 

Steve Johnson leaves again for Salem. 

Gary Moore leaves Mrs. Belck confused. 

Pete Batura leaves Mrs. DeNood peace and 
quiet. 

Ralph Healy leaves his Haydenville taxi 
service to Cecil Thomas. 

Dan Dunlevy leaves applauding himself. 

Tim Mosher leaves . . . what happened? 

Ronnie Kievitt leaves his night life to 
Mike Dymerski. 

Dave Webb leaves his slide-rule to Andy 
Burr. 



Lucinda Lyman leaves her sports car to 

Mrs. Belck in hopes that it will be 

warmer than her jeep. 
Donna Hurd leaves her honesty to Mazur. 
George Wright leaves his hundred yard 

dash to lunch to Tom Kushka. 
Chick Kellogg vaguely remembers leaving. 
Doug Kellogg leaves Linda Taylor depressed. 
Gert Heath leaves- -yakity yak. 
Laura Barrus leaves her trips into the shower 

to Linda Mason. 
Dee Dee Smith leaves her ability to flirt 

to Ellen May Granger. 
Nick Howes leaves his CANTERBURY 

TALES to Lee Diamond. 
Dave Aloisi leaves his true blond, wavy 

hair to Wendy. 
Bernie Beattie leaves basketball practice 

gladly behind. 
Nick Warren leaves his book on how to 

talk effectively in English class to 

Roger Bisbee. 
Mary Nietsche leaves, reading a book. 
Helen Symons leaves the TATTLER to 

Barbara Hinton. 
Joel Howes leaves to do his Modern History 

homework. 
Kenneth Sherk leaves his pile of books to 

David Kenny. 
The senior debators leave the UN signifi- 
cantly strengthened. 
Craig Haskell left. 



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Class Prophecy 



It was the summer of 1976. The fresh country air was streaming through my hair as I gave my new, 
streamlined engine full throttle and roared down the straightaway. Yes, Look Park certainly has one of 
the finest train runs this side of the Mississippi. Ever since I took my job here ten years ago as chief 
engineer, I have been waiting for the opportunity to give the streamliner a good workout. Suddenly, a 
deer bounded out of the woods right into my path. I tried to stop- -what a mess! Then a figure leaped 
out of the bushes screaming and tearing his hair. I could tell by the green uniform and shiny badge 
that he was none other than the Look Park game keeper. After he had stopped his jumping up and down, 
I recognized my old buddy, Chick Kellogg, who, I assumed, had just been transferred by popular de- 
mand from a cage-cleaning job in New York. After we had loaded the venison steaks into the caboose, 
I invited him to take a spin with me in my new engine, and to talk over old times at W.H.S. 

Naturally, we discussed our favorite reading material, and thus the subject turned to Allen Moran. 

"Have you read Allen's latest stories in PLAYBOY?" asked Chick. "I guess the intellectual stimu- 
lation at old W.H.S. finally got him into the right field." 

"Yes," I replied, "and have you seen the cartoons that Gary Moore does to illustrate tnem? I hear 
the censors are hot on his heels." 

"Speaking of journalism," said Chick, "Gert Heath gets some good dirt in her column for the 
BOSTON RECORD. As a matter of fact she has written a few articles concerning some of our old class- 
mates. It seems that Bernie Beattie, third baseman for the Boston Red Sox, has been having troubles 
with players stealing third. However, Fred 'Bloodhound' Hayden, the famed private detective has 
been put on the job, and a solution is expected soon. Not only that, but Gert put in a big plug for 
Helen Symons, who runs the only dancing school teaching cha-cha exclusively." 

Then I interrupted, "did you read the article on Mary Richardson? It seems that she and Doug Kel- 
logg, now an admiral after a long career in the Navy, have been happily married for three years, an 
all time record for Mary. True, Mary's sea -sickness did present a stumbling block for a while, but a 
consultation with the world-famous marriage counsellor, John Curtis, and a big bottle of dramamine, 
solved the problem quite nicely." 

Chick, who was fairly bursting with information, told me about Tom Harter. "He has become a 
Bondo expert for General Motors. They say that he is the first person to complete a car of more than 
50%Bondo, and it is rumored that in knowledgeable circles he is called 'Mr. Bondo': By the way, his 
sidekick, Dave Aloisi, has become a successful Roto-Rooter Sewer Service man. Ralph Healy, who 
worked with Dave, and who made him the man he is today, has gone back to fiddling with engines, 
and is now chief golf-cart mechanic at the White House." 

"That's funny," I said. "I always figured Dave for a farmer. Well, Joel Howes and his cousin Nick 
have made good in the dairy business and own a tremendous herd of aphids. They also run a small 
poultry farm which is supervised by Kathy Mollison, who, as you know, had a great deal of experience 
in this field. Not only that, but Bucky Sherk has astounded the world by inventing that great labor- 
saving device for dairy farmers, the reclining milking stool." 

Just then, as we emerged from the dark recesses of the tunnel, the figure of a young boy dropped 
into the caboose. However, he hadn't reckoned with the superior powers of Chick Kellogg and a pile 
of venison steaks. Quickly, Chick extricated him and brought him up front. And lo and behold, it 
was no eight-year-old ride chiseler, but a thirty-three-year-old rid chiseler, the owner of a great worm 



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ranch in South Dakota, Tim Mosher, the Worm King. Just as we were about to throw him off, he held 
up his hand and said, "Wait! You haven't used me as a prop for introducing more characters into your 
prophecy." 

So naturally we hauled him back in and pumped him for more information. 

"Well," said he, "Steve Johnson has made a fortune incorporating gas stations all over the country 
under one name- -Bumble." Then he continued to tell us about a few of the girls from our class. "It 
seems that three girls have made a killing by starting a social etiquette class in New York. After much 
study, Dee Dee Smith, Cynthia Kellogg, and Candy Moore supplied the modern building with its most 
striking feature, a dining hall modeled after the Snack Bar, where young innocents are taugh the ways 
of the world. Bill Ames, an expert in the field, has become chief instructor of Coke drinking. " 

Now that Tim had served his purpose, we threw him off the train, stranding him a full one-eighth 
mile from the station. 

"Speaking of Cynthia reminds me of Sue Clark," shouted Chick over Tim's epithets. "I think that 
she and Linda Beals have set up a beautv parlor in San Francisco, which is a front for a vicious gossip 
ring. And you remember Sue's friend, Laura Barrus. Well, she has started a professional basketball 
league for women." 

Just then I remembered some information about some other classmates of our. "I heard that Ron 
Kievitt, aside from his regular job as clown for Ringling Bros., has been experimenting with rockets. 
As a matter of fact, his latest attempt, the Kievitt Klunker, missed the moon in grand style, and landed 
the astronaut, Dave Braman on an asteroid one mile in diameter, which he has claimed for the United 
States. When last heard from, he had sent out the inspiring words, 'What am I doing here?" 

"That reminds me of Dave Webb," reminisced Chick. "He became an electronics expert and is 
now working on an electronic marvel to replace transistors --the vacuum tube. By the way, what do 
you think of Dan Dunlevy's expanding Corner's Grocery in Worthington to a nationwide chain store?" 

"Oh, it's pretty good for an amateur," I yawned, "but that does remind me of Pete Batura, who 
was also on the debating team. He came back to good old W.H.S., where I hear he is doing a tremen- 
dous job as debating coach. Furthermore, Cindy Lyman is now the music teacher, since Miss Healy had 
a nervous breakdown while pounding out Stodola Pumpa for the (CENSORED) straight year." 

Then Chick came forth with a sterling piece of information. "The last I heard," he said, 'Donna 
Hurd has gone to Greenwich Village as a missionary with Mary Nietsche as her medical assistant." 

Finally, we came to a screeching halt before the Look Park station, and I let Chick out before I 
parked the train. 

"Oh yes," he shouted, hitting the side of his head. "I knew there was someone we forgot- -George 
Wright!" 

"Have you heard anything about him?" I queried. 

"Why, of course," yelled Chick over the roar of the engine. "He became a hermit in the Ever- 
glades where he has written two books- -HOW TO DEVELOP AN OUTGOING PERSONALITY and OVER- 
COMING YOUR FEAR OF CROWDS." 

Nick Warren and Chick Kellogg 



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Seniors 




SENIORS, FRONT ROW: left to right: Frederick Hayden, Steven Johnson, Lucinda Lyman, William Ames, 
Susan Clark, David Braman, Kenneth Sherk, Joel Howes; SECOND ROW: Dorothy Smith, Mary Nietsche, 
Kathleen Mollison, Cynthia Kellogg, Helen Symons, Mary Richardson, Gertrude Heath, Linda Beals, 
Donna Hurd, Laura Barrus, Candace Moore; THIRD ROW: David Webb, Allen Moran, Nicholas Warren, 
Thomas Harter, John Curtis, Bernard Beattie; FOURTH ROW: Tim Mosher, George Wright, Nicholas 
Howes, David Aloisi, Ralph Healy, Ronald Kievitt, Gary Moore, Charles Kellogg, Douglas Kellogg, 
Peter Batura. 



Juniors 







JUNIORS, FIRST ROW. left to right: Suzanne Arel, Patricia Pavelesyk, Marjorie Sherk, Bonnie Taylor, 
Barbara Hinton, Betty Brooks; SECOND ROW: Neal Dewey, Brenda Donovan, Anne Hathaway, Beverley 
Morin, Margaret Lockwood, Linda Taylor, Betty Lou Morrey, Diane Pollen, Susan Packard; THIRD ROW: 
Susan Fowler, Kathleen Morin, Joanne Brooks, Andrus Burr, Gail Mougin, Frederick Graves, Kathryn 
Bartlett, Bonnie Alberts, Philip Merritt; FOURTH ROW: Roy Schoonover, Cecil Thomas, James Outhuse, 
Bruce Dufresne, Robert Haskell, Richard Thomas, James Barrus, Neal Menard, Michael Dymerski, Thomas 
Kuschka, Damon Cheverette, Paul Healy, Charles Mazur. 



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Sophomores 

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FIRST ROW, Left to right: Larry Wood, Linda Roberts, Alicia DeNood, James Hickey, David Kenny, 
Frank Houghton. SECOND ROW: Roger Bisbee, Alan Menard, Linda Sarafin, Elaine Robbins, Katherine 
Snow, Kenneth Gagne, Roy Schoonover, Michael Donovan. THIRD ROW: Kathleen Otis, Dianna Wolf, 
Frances Lanoue, Avis Goodhue. FOURTH ROW: Mary Ellen Morin, Joyce Tetrault, Joan Taylor, Dorothy 
Clark, Ann Warren, Brenda Torgensen, Janice Gridley, Jacqueline Tirrell. 







FIRST ROW, Seated: Roy Foster, Barbara Mollison, Lynn Donovan, Aurora Manning, Doreen Albert. 
SECOND ROW: Jon Kmit, Linda Mason, Esther Bacon, David Bartlett, Laurence Mougin, James Gromel- 
ski. Dale Hitchcock, Jeffery Kellogg, Robert Hutchins. THIRD ROW: Donna Bickford, Naomi Curtis, 
Margaret Delisle, Jacqueline Hillenbrand, Mary Lou Judd, Roderick Kellogg, Lee Diamond, Dan Black, 
James Moran. 



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Freshmen 




FLOOR, Left to right: Susan Nutting, Linda Kellogg, Marcia Hixon, Joyce Packard, Wendy Candib. 
SEATED: Ardith Majkowski, Patricia Reddington, Valerie Adair, Ellen Granger, Mary Cheverette, 
Carolyn Clarke, Robin Frost, Katherine Moran. THIRD ROW: Nancy Fox, Carol DeAngelus, Deborah 
Hathaway, Sarah Curtis, Shirley Liimatainen, Nancy Webb, Eileen Norris, Diane Stevens. FOURTH 
ROW: Stuart Estes, Kenneth Cross, Richard Lyman, Phillip Mollison, Oliver Bishop, Russell Humphrey, 
Danny Walsh, Douglas Bancroft, John Mathers, Dennis Dufresne, Donald Hutchins, Jeffrey Wells, Wil- 
liam Gett. 




FIRST ROW, Left to right: Mary Hacker, Cheryl Mosher, Marcia McCarthy, Carol Johndrow, Roberta 
Tilley. SECOND ROW: Sandra Montague, Helen Fogg, Nancy Senecal, Carol Otis, Kristin Healy, 
Carolyn Bisbee, Jean Nietsche, Irene Kenney. THIRD ROW: Christine Magargal, Judith Graves, Diane 
Hurd, Jane Nugent, April Williams, Laura Corwin, Barbara Ferrante, Eldeen Brooks. FOURTH ROW: 
Alden Bacon, Harry Pegg, Herbert Haskell, Richard Harry, Richard Childs, Thomas Sroczyk, Joseph 
Sullivan, Carl Eldred, Kent Damon, Alex Maslowski, Henry Thomas, Nicholas Dostie, Donald Kosier. 
ABSENT --Clyde Warriner. 



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Organizations 



Tattler Officers 




Center--Helen Symons, editor-in-chief; LEFT TO RIGHT- -Nick Warren, literary editor; Linda Beals, 
girls' sports editor; Lucinda Lyman, activities editor; Charles Kellogg, business manager; Daniel Dun- 
levy, boys' sports editor; Ronald Kievitt, assistant editor. 



Tattler Officers and Staff 




SEATED, Left to right: Nicholas Warren, Helen Symons. Ronald Kievitt, Lucinda Lyman, Mary Richard- 
son. STANDING: Cecil Thomas, Daniel Dunlevy, Cynthia Kellogg, Charles Kellogg, Gary Moore, 
Peter Batura, Linda Beals, Gertrude Heath, Susan Clark, Donna Hurd, Dorothy Smith, Kathleen Mollison. 



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Science Club 



Andy Burr, President; 
Nicholas Warren, 
Vice President; Susan 
Fowler, Secretary; 
Dale Hitchcock, 
Treasurer. 



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FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Morin, M. Sherk, C. Otis, B. Hover, L. Kellogg, K. Healy, M. Hacker, N. 
Webb, SECOND ROW: E. Norris, M. Johndrow, N. Curtis, C. Clarke, J. Graves, S. Liematainen, J. Nu- 
gent, C. Bisbee, V. Adair, D. Hurd, THIRD ROW: L. Lyman, K. Otis, L. Sarafin, N. Fox, N. Senecal, 
C DeAngelus, A. Majkowski, M. Nietsche, S. Curtis, H. Fogg, M. Delisle, FOURTH ROW: S. Montague, 
A. De Nood, B. Mollison, J. Tetrault, A. Warren, A. Goodhue, L. LaValle, B. Jorgenson, D. Albert, 
LAST ROW: J. Kmit, A. Burr, F. Houghton, J. Curtis, N. Warren, G. Moore, J. Howes, C. Kellogg. 
ABSENT: C. Margargal, D. Feiker. 



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Student Council 




STANDING: left to right: Lynn Donovan, secretary; Michael Donovan, Donald Hutchins, treasurer; 
Herbert Haskell, Dottie Mae Sylvester, James Outhuse, Dale Hitchcock, Paul Healy, Judy Larkin. 
SEATED: Charles Kellogg, Daniel Dunlevy, vice-president; Nicholas Warren, Allen Moran, president; 
Michael Dymerski, David Webb, Andy Burr. 

Following the example set by other schools, Williamsburg High School organized a Student Coun- 
cil three years ago. Our constitution states that the Student Council is organized to "promote better 
understanding between the faculty and the students, to develop interest in all school activities, and 
to encourage the students to abide by the rules of the school." At the beginning of this school year 
the representation in the Student Council was established as five representatives from the senior class, 
four juniors, three sophomores, two freshmen, and one each from the seventh and eighth grades. The 
Student Council meets every other Friday to discuss problems and activities, and under its new presi- 
dent, Allen Moran, is attempting to take action on problems concerning the welfare of the entire stu- 
dent body. 



Pro Merito 




SEATED; Left to right: Helen Symons, Lucinda Lyman, Gail Mougin, Dan Dunlevy, Barbara Hinton, 
Donna Hurd, Paul Healy. STANDING: Joanne Brooks, Susan Packard, Cecil Thomas, Michael Dymer- 
ski, David Webb, Andy Burr, Allen Moran, Nick Warren, Joel Howes, Charles Kellogg, Patty Pavelcsyk, 
Betty Brooks. 



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Debating 




FIRST ROW; Left to right: Gary Moore; Allen Moran, pres.; Nick Warren; Robin Frost. SECOND ROW: 
Cecil Thomas; Peter Batura; Nicholas Dostie, Vice-pres.; Kathy Moran; Roberta Tilley. ABSENT: 
Dan Dunlevy. 



This year the Williamsburg debating team entered the Connecticut Valley League 
with an experienced team. They were successful in winning 17 out of 20 decisions to 
finish in second place in the league of eleven teams. Last year the team finished in 
fourth place with an 11 and 19 record. 

The topic debated was "Resolved that the United Nations should be significantly 
strengthened." The affirmative debating was done by Dan Dunlevy, Nick Warren, and 
Cecil Thomas. After losing their first two debates at the Hopkins Academy tourna- 
ment, they were to lose only one other decision, thus finishing the season with 7 wins 
and 3 losses. The negative debating was done by Allen Moran, Peter Batura and Garry 
Moore. They won ten decisions while losing none. 

The highlight of the year occurred at the final tournament for the season. Here 
the Williamsburg teams defeated all three contenders. Of particular note was the 
defeat of the previously undefeated South Hadley affirmative team by our negative. 
South Hadley won the league for the third straight year with this year's record being 
19 wins and 1 loss. 

The only member of this year's varsity team who will not be lost because of 
graduation is Cecil Thomas; however, among the novice debaters are Robin Frost, 
Katherine Moran, Roberta Tilley and Nick Dostie. All these are enthusiastic fresh- 
men anxious for varsity participation next fall. 



31 



Library Aides 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Marjorie Sherk, Robin Frost, Betty Hover, Roberta Tilley. ABSENT: Deborah Feiker. 

The newly organized group of library aides has been assisting in the library during the past year. 
Meeting regularly once a week and helping the librarian during study halls, the girls have learned the 
mechanics of library work and have assumed responsibility for much of the daily routine. Working 
quietly behind the scenes, the aides have contributed many hours of service to keep the library func- 
tioning smoothly. 



Dramatics Club 




FIRST ROW: Left to right- -Gary Moore, Avis Goodhue, Judy Graves, Brenda Jorgenson, Alicia DeNood, 
Carol Otis, Helen Symons, Carol DeAngelus, Carolyn Clark, Frederick Graves. SECOND ROW: James 
Outhuse, Roy Foster, Dorothy Smith, Anne Warren, Lynne Myers, Barbara Mollison, Lucinda Lyman, 
Jacqueline Hillenbrand, Mary Nietsche, Harry Pegg, Cecil Thomas. THIRD ROW: Jon Kmit, Andy Burr 
Robert Haskell, Jim Moran, Neal Menard, Roger Bisbee, Jim Hickey, Robert Hutchins, and Richard 
Thomas. 



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Tetrault; Linda Lavalle. SEATED, Linda Sarafin. STANDING, Betty Lou Morrey. 



J. V. Cheerleaders 




FIRST ROW; left to right: Judith Graves, Avis Goodhue, Caroline Clarke, Sarah Curtis. SECOND ROW; 
Linda Kellogg, Nancy Senecal, Susan Nutting. ABSENT; Christine Magargal. 



34 



Girls' Basketball 




SEATED, Left to right: Lynn Donovan, Barbara Mollison, Joanne Brooks, Linda Beals, co-captain; Kath- 
leen Mollison, co-captain; Betty Brooks, Bonnie Albert, Naomi Curtis. SECOND ROW, Patty Reddington, 
Donna Bickford, Suzanne Arel, Brenda Donovan, Susan Packard, Susan Fowler, Cynthia Kellogg, Lynn 
Myers, Ellen Granger, Eldeen Brooks. THIRD ROW, Left to right: Margaret Lockwood, manager; Irene 
Kenney, Kathryn Bartlett, Kathleen Otis, Linda Mason, Laura Barrus, Dorothy Clark, Ann Hathaway, 
Carol DeAngelus, Linda Taylor, manager. ABSENT: Susan Clark, Debbie Feiker. 



As shown below our girls' basketball team has had an outstanding season, with 15 wins 1 loss. This 
year was the first time that the girls were asked to play in the Central Massachusetts Tournament. We 
were very proud to bring home the second place trophy for Williamsburg High School. 

We will lose, through graduation, five of our first team: Susan Clark, Laura Barrus, Cynthia Kellogg, 
and co-captains Kathleen Mollison and Linda Beals. 

We of the graduating team wish to thank Mrs. Kmit for her outstanding work, and also wish next 
year's team a good season. 

GAME OPP. BURGY 

Dickinson Nurses 16 44 

Amherst 15 31 

Chester 27 47 

Smith Academy 43 62 

Sanderson 20 42 

Northampton 22 55 

Dickinson Nurses 20 27 

Hopkins 40 43 

Hopkins 18 45 

Amherst 24 27 

Smith Academy 21 34 

Sanderson 29 46 

Chester 19 54 

Northampton 17 37 

Hopedale 32 40 

Maynard 42 31 

405 665 



35 



Drill Team 




FRONT ROW, Left to right: Cheryl Mosher, Valerie Adair, Kathy Morin, Mary Ellen Morin, Diane Hurd, 
Barbara Mollison, Peggy Lockwood, Joyce Tetrault, Linda Lavalle, Alicia DeNood, Lynne Myers, Mary 
Cheverette, Linda Taylor, Lynn Donovan, Joan Taylor, Donna Hurd. BACK ROW: Joyce Packard, Eileen 
Norris, Judy Graves, Linda Sarafin, Jackie Hillenbrand, Ann Warren, Cindy Lyman, Carolyn Clarke, Diane 
Pollen, Debbie Hathaway, Ann Hathaway, Katherine Moran, Nancy Webb, Robin Frost, Avis Goodhue, 
Dorothy Clark. ABSENT: Chris Magargal. 



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36 



Cross-Country 




FIRST ROW, Left to right: Herbert Haskell, Nick Warren, Joel Howes, Dan Dunlevy, Michael Dymerski, 
Michael Donovan. SECOND ROW: Alex Masloski, Carl Eldrid, Dale Hitchcock, Mr. Trzcienski, coach; 
Gary Moore, Andy Burr, Roy Schoonover. 



Cross country has been firmly established at Williamsburg High as a result of the third consecutive 
undefeated year. The 4-0 record put forth by Coach Trzcienski's team this year was built up by suc- 
cessful competition against Minnechaug Regional of Wilbraham and against Amherst Regional High 
School. 

The team was led to the successful finish by Dan Dunlevy, who set six course records in three years 
of undefeated running. Joel Howes and Nick Warren provided important depth by holding the third and 
fourth spots respectively on the 'Burgy squad. Two other senior runners, Charles Kellogg and Gary 
Moore, were on the "injured" list and were unable to compete at capacity capabilities. 

The future team will have Mick Donovan, who held the number two spot, and other veterans such 
as Mike Dymerski, who occupied the number five position, Herbert Haskell, Alex Masloske, Andy Burr, 
Carl Eldred, Damon Cheverette, Buddy Schoonover, and Dale Hitchcock. 

On the record: 
25 October 1960 
AT WILLIAMSBURG 

Minnechaug 
Regional 



Dunlevy 1 

Donovan 3 

Howes 4 

Dymerski .... 5 
Haskell 6 

19 42 

21 October 1960 
AT AMHERST 

Dunlevy 1 

Donovan 2 

Dymerski .... 6 

Haskell 7 

Warren 8 

2"4 
The present course record for the 2.4 mile track is 12'15" set by Dan Dunlevy on 23 October, 1959. 



9 October 1960 




AT WILLIAMSBURG 




Dunlevy 1 


Amherst 
Regional 










Eldred 8 




23 


40 


11 October 1960 




AT WILBRAHAM 






Minnechaug 
Regional 










Dymerski 7 

20 


35 



Boys' Basketball 




FRONT ROW, left to right; Neal Menard, Robert Hutchins, Rick Graves, co-captain, Dan Dunlevy, co- 
captain, Roy Foster, Mike Dymerski. SECOND ROW: Jon Kmit, manager; James Kickey, James Moran, 
Bernard Beattie, Richard Thomas, Michael Donovan, Cecil Thomas, manager. 

The Williamsburg High School basketball team completed one of its most successful seasons this year 
with a 16-5 record. The team worked hard under the watchful eye and corrective instructions of Coach 
Earl Tonet, and was repaid by securing third place in the Tri-State Tournament. 

Co-captains Rick Graves and Dan Dunlevy led their team through the successful season with the 
help of Neal Menard on the backboard and Roy Foster's points. Mike Dymerski and Bob Hutchins, the 
other two starters, also contributed substantially to the season's record, along with Dick Thomas who 
replaced Dan Dunlevy as a starting player when the latter suffered a knee injury which caused him to 
miss the last third of the season. 

Rick Graves was selected for the Franklin League All-star basketball team. 

Bernard Beattie and Dan Dunlevy are the only graduating players, so next year's team should have 
another fine season. And with Mr. Trizcienski coaching the ever improving J.V.'s, Mr. Tonet should 
have a strong bench. 



Burgy 

at Clarke School 60 . 

Smith's School 

(Lauri Ronka Benefit Game). ... 46 . 

Chicopee Vocational 60 . 

at Chester 42 . 

Alumni 54 . 

at New Salem Academy 57 . 

at Belchertown 38 . 

Hardwick 52 . 

Charlemont 39 . 

at Huntington 49 . 

Belchertown 29 . 



Opp. 

. 31 Sanderson Academy 63 

Clarke School 62 

. 24 New Salem Academy 63 

, 20 at Hardwick 44 

. 31 at Charlemont 74 

. 36 at Sanderson Academy 66 

. 27 Huntington 59 

. 39 Chester 53 

. 43 Tri State Tourney 

. 35 Pioneer Regional 54 

. 54 Hardwick 45 

. 43 Charlemont 54 



17 
33 
21 
54 
67 
24 
30 
36 

40 
56 
47 



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Player 



Baskets 



Fouls 
Made 



Foul 
Attempts 



Personal 
Fouls 



Total 
Points 



Time 
Played 



Beattie . . 
Donovan . 
Dunlevy . 
Dymerski 
Foster. . . 
Graves . . 
Hickey . . 
Hutchins . 
Menard . . 
Moran . . 
Thomas . 



. 16 
. .6 
. 18 
. 54 
.104 
114 
.14 



.5 
.6 
17 
33 
23 
59 



24 
64 



.4 
27 



26 



13 



.9 
12 
39 
52 
49 
93 
10 
12 
58 
16 
31 



13 
.3 
35 

24 
25 
56 
14 
18 
41 



. 37 
. 18 
. 53 
.141 
231 
287 
. 33 
. 52 
155 
. 22 
. 65 



. 90 
. 61 
305 
382 
464 
595 
102 
469 
424 
. 99 
252 





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3 . . . 


5 . . . . 


. . . 


5 . . . 


12 




5 . . . . 


. . . 


1 . . . . 


. . . 


10 . . . 


23 




. . . . 


1 . . . 


5 . . . . 


1 . . . 


1 . . . 


8 




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1 ... 


9. . . . . 


. . . 


1 . . . 


3 






454 


203 


392 


241 


1111 


3289 


Opponents 


298 


176 


343 


284 


772 





21 Games 
16 Won 
5 Lost 




39 




Graves makes a corner play 



That's right, m-i-l-k! 




Smiles of victory 



Why does Dunlevy lag behind? 




Beanie's off the bench?! 



A happy sight so seldom seen. 




Up, Dad! 



Fight! 



40 



Basketball Banquet 




The Basketball Banquet of 1961 continued in its tradition as a gala affair, Saturday, March 18, 1961, 
in the Anne T. Dunphy cafeteria. 

Mr. George Childs, who carried out the job of toastmaster, gave thanks to the Citizen's Committee 
and introduced Mr. Reddington. Mr. Reddington praised both teams as being both "good players and the 
school's ambassadors of good will." Mr. Childs then proceeded to mention a few of the sights that he 
had seen on a recent visit to the high school and conveyed several "special" awards to various team 
members. It was apparent that the spies have been out for months as many embarrassing incidents 
were retold. 

Mrs. Kmit thanked the cheerleaders for their fine work this season and commented on the excellent 
record of the girls' basketball team. She awarded each player a white sweatshirt with a green school 
emblem. The five departing seniors, Laura Barrus, Linda Beals, Kathy Mollison, Sue Clark, and Cynthia 
Kellogg, received individual trophies. Kathy Mollison and Linda Beals, co-captains, presented Mrs. 
Kmit with a clock radio from the team and cheerleaders. Ricky Graves gave each girl a small Bull- 
throwing Award from the boys' team. 

Mr. Tonet gave a brief summary of the past season and of each player. He presented Dan Dunlevy 
and Bernard Beatie with individual trophies and plaques to each member of the squad. Mike Dymerski 
and Ricky Graves received the Malcolm Heath Award. 

Dan Dunlevy, co-captain, presented Mr. Tonet with a plaque from the boys with each member's 
name engraved on it as an expression of their appreciation for his time and effort. 

The evening suitably climaxed the successful season and will bring pleasant memories. 




41 



Boys' Baseball 




FRONT ROW, Left to right: Timo Moynahan, co-captain; Richard Tetrault, James Hickey, Michael 
Donovan, Damon Cheverette, Larry Wood, James Gromelski, Dan Dunlevy. SECOND ROW: Jon Kmit, 
manager; David Bramen, Ricky Graves, Fran O'Donnell, co-captain; Bernard Beattie, James Moran, 
Michael Dymerski, William Ames, Earl Tonet, coach. 



Player 



AB 



H 



BB 



SO 



RBI 



B.A. 



PO 



F.A. 



Donovan 


29 


10 


3 


8 


19 


5 




.107 


8 


18 


4 


.867 


Dymerski 


27 


10 


6 


10 


10 


6 




.222 


68 


4 


4 


.948 


Moynahan 


29 


5 


5 


6 


7 


9 




.172 


89 


8 


1 


.990 


O'Donnell 


32 


10 


13 


6 


2 


8 




.407 


8 


20 


3 


.905 


Dunlevy 


26 


7 


7 


8 


10 


4 




.269 


8 


12 


8 


.715 


Gromelski 


27 


8 


5 


6 


10 


3 




.185 


8 








1.000 


Beattie 


33 


5 


6 





3 


1 




.182 


3 


11 


4 


.778 


Tetrault 


23 


3 


3 


3 


6 


1 




.131 


5 


1 





1.000 


Cheverette 


19 


6 


4 


4 


3 


1 




.210 


3 








1.000 


Graves 


11 


1 


2 


3 


5 







.183 


4 





2 


.667 


Hickey 


6 


2 


1 


2 


2 


1 




.167 


1 





1 


.500 


Wood 


1 


1 





1 










.000 











.000 


Moran 


1 











1 







.000 











.000 


Braman 


1 











1 







.000 











.000 


Ames 



265 


1 
69 



55 


1 
58 



79 



39 




.000 



205 


Q 
74 



26 


.000 


Pitching 


I.P. 




R 




ER 




H 




BB 


SO 




W-L 


O'Donnell 


63 1/3 


22 




11 




42 




13 


76 




5-4 


Dymerski 


4 




7 









3 




6 


5 




1-0 








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915 











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23 Russell Street 


Dealers 


Route 9 


Huntington Mass. 




i Haydenville Mass. 


Tel. MO 7-4851 


Worthington Mass. 


Compliments J 


Compliments 


Compliments 


of 


of 


of 


MANSFIELD 


R. F. BURKE 


KOSIOR'S 

PACKAGE 

STORE 


FUNERAL HOME 


Williamsburg Mass. 




Compliments 


Compliments 


Compliments 


of 


of 


of 




ALEXANDER'S 


COOPER'S DAIRY, INC. 


FLORENCE 


MARKET 




TEXACO SERVICE 








141 North Main St. 


31 Main Street 


Incorporated 


Florence 


Florence 









NORTHAMPTON ALUMINUM PRODUCT^ 

"Direct Factory Outlet" 

Porch & Breezeway Enclosures--Jalousies 
Railings --Aluminum Siding- -Canopies- -Awnings 

JU 4-9530 
265 Main Street 
Northampton Mass 



3 COUNTY 




Z7 



FAIR 



NORTHAMPTON LABOR DAY WEEK 



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of 



HIU5IDE ORCHARD^ 



Haydenville 



896 NORTHAMPTON COMMERCIAL COLLEGE l96 o 

The College is Accredited as a Junior College of Business by the 
Accrediting Commission for Business Schools, Washington, D. C. The 
Accrediting Commission is recognized as the accrediting authority for 
the business school field by the United States Office of Education. 
Northampton Commercial College offers college-grade courses in 
Business Administration and Secretarial Science which lead to success- 
ful careers in business or transfer to Senior Colleges. Features which 
distinguish N.C.C. are: degree transfer privileges, co-educational, 
strong faculty , guidance, activities, lifetime placement, dormitories for 
men and women. 
Northampton Massachusetts 



GEORGE D. JUDD 

Flagstone for Landscaping 

Sand and Gravel 

Bulldozer and Shovel Excavating 

CO 8-7590 
Goshen Mass 



PAUL ARNO MANN 



Fine Portraits & Commercial Photography for over 40 Years. 

Winner of First, Second, and Third Prize at Recent Convention 
of the Photographers' Association of New England. 

For Many Years Cameraman for Underwood &: Underwood & Bachrach 

JU 4-2068 
52 Center Street 



Compliments 
of 



NOBLE MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY, INC. 



Best Wishes 
For Success to the Class of ' 6 1 

WILLIAMSBURG PHARMACY 

Leonard D. Austin, Reg. Pharm. 
Tel. CO 8-7681 
"Free Prescription Delivery Service" 



BERKSHIRE ETCHING 



MANUFACTURERS OF NAMEPLATES 



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of 



R. A. MORAN 



AQUADRO $ CEKRUTI 

INC. I 

Established 1925 
Northampton Mass. 

HEMENWAY REAL ESTATE AGEMCy 



JEAN E. HEMENWAY